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-life community. host: is the headline from "politico." let's go to the phones. san marino, california, republican. caller: thank you for cspan. i want to get your impression over the whole thing that we have been told our last, how many months that the race is locked in and there is this tie #independence who will sway the one where another. i was impressed that the first debate caused an impressive swing in the polls. do you think the race is all that locked in? i think there is a lot in play. >> that is a great question. i have a fairly different opinion than most of my colleagues in this town. i think it is somewhat blocked in of the jewish public opinion poll and ask people their vote for, that's a complicated question because there are issues answering questions and some people want to please people of other people want to not to please people. president obama is heading into tough headwinds. people sort of dial in at later and later date. of course, it -- a poll will tell you that it is neck-and- neck. also pollsters' make more money. when people to in, they tend to make up their mind. i do
-ohio, maine versus california. thomas jefferson wrote in the declaration of independence. "our rights as people come from nature and nature's god, not from government." the government works for us and not the other way around. that is the heart and soul of the american dream. [applause] our founders created this and every generation of veterans and secure this. and we are in their debt of gratitude. we owe them a debt of gratitude. thank you to all of our veterans for that. [applause] 10 days to go. the debate is occurring. on november 6, you make the choice. as you know, just like these to say as gm goes, so goes janesville. as ohio goes, so goes america. i think you know that. [cheers and applause] let's think about not just the obligation we have on november 6 but let's think about how we feel on november 7. let's look forward to when we wake up and turn on the tv. what is it that we want to see? do we want to see four more years in front of us that we are staring at like the last four years? >> no. >> or do we want to see 10 more days of this stuff and we are back on the road to r
california, massachusetts, maryland. they are the most democratic states. they are the ones that claim help their constituents. they vote republican. why is that? is not because they are wealthy. it is because they have a value system. they do not want government solving their problems. host: thanks for the call. josh, would you like to respond? guest: there are people in his community that may not be paying income taxes right now. the 47% that mitt romney spoke up and that the caller was referring to. it is wrong to cast seniors and veterans aside and suggest they are not paying their fair share. they pay their fair share entity to pay their fair share in other ways. i absolutely and completely reject the claim that mitt romney put forth. it shows how out of touch he is with what is going on in this country an average pennsylvanians. i brought up with terry madonna. pennsylvania is divided in the years, there has been a pattern two terms followed by a democratic governor followed by a republican governor. why is the state so evenly divided when it comes to statewide officeholders? coincide
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